Andreas Gustafsson returns in FCR 14 main event against hardened pole Lukasz Dziudzia!
Fight Club Rush made a successful debut in the Swedish capital of Stockholm with the promotions 13th event. Now it's time for a return to Västerås with FCR 14 on November 26th and the stars are already aligning for a stellar event.
Recently FCR standout Andreas "Bane" Gustafsson (6-1) announced his return to MMA. He will return to meet hardened Polish prospect Lukasz Dziudzia (6-4-1) in the main event of FCR 14! In addition, undefeated Alexander Lööf (4-0) will face Fernando "El Toro" Flores (10-10) has already been announced to serve as an exciting featherweight co-main event!
Gustafsson made a name for himself as an amateur, representing the Swedish national team in the 2018 IMMAF World Championships, winning the silver medal. He made his pro debut at FCR 4 in January of 2019 against Ole Magnor, finishing his Norwegian opponent via rear naked choke in the second round. "Bane" went on to line up several other impressive wins, including a TKO win over UFC veteran Amilcar Alves.
Following an exciting and emphatic win over Serbian talent Miro Jurkovic Gustafsson faced Damian Janikowski - a former representative of the Polish Olympic team in Greco-Roman wrestling - in KSW. It was a close fight, but in the end the Swede lost a split decision. He would hang up the gloves following that loss, but now makes his much-anticipated return!
What Dziudzia may lack in name value he makes up for in potential. He did well in amateur MMA, winning several bouts, before making the move to the pro leagues in September 2019.
Initially Dziudzia struggled, amassing a 1-2-1 record in his first four fights. Since then, however, the Pole has won five of his last seven, three of his last four and is currently riding a two fight winning streak. After ending last year with a TKO win Dziudzia most recently defeated the much more experienced Mariusz Radziszewski.
The stakes will be high as FCR returns to Västerås with some of the premier stars the promotion has produced.